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really tremendous strides and using technology to be able to assist law enforcement, the cameras, surveillance cameras, all those things become part of this process. and part of it is being lucky to have the cameras pointing in the right direction at the right time. part of it is because they were planning on using those cameras for sure s for sure va surveillance in the future. so technology has enhanced the law enforcement capability.surv future. so technology has enhanced the law enforcement capability.surv future. so technology has enhanced the law enforcement capability.surv future. so technology has enhanced the law enforcement capability.surv. so technology has enhanced the law enforcement capability.urve. so technology has enhanced the law enforcement capability. >> does the type of of twice used give you any indication of what type of group might be involved in the incident? >> no it doesn't. because i've heard people ask the question about does it because it's a very sophisticated device, does that mean it's a less sophisticated group. it might be an have had that doesn
someone invests in us because we have the technology leadership, it manifests itself in products that lead the competition and allows us to win in markets. >> perhaps it's time to ramp that spending up, jim, to figure out other avenues in which they'll be able to deploy their chips. >> they cut it to 12 billion because they were able to reuse some of the factories. the interesting thing is goldman is saying you're spending three times what you're spending in 2009 and getting the same bang for the buck. intel which is a fabulous manufacturer, is spending too much money and not getting any reward for it. they're paying good dividend while you're waiting. >> what are you waiting for? for ultra tablets? >> i think that comes out, gdot. it's not like they haven't figured out transitions in the past and what was the ability to do just that. >> ultimately, they've been able to reinvent and reinvent by making things smaller and smaller, another really nice guy, but this was supposed to be a good-bye swan song and instead it turned a rap on the call, i felt. i felt like people were saying gross mar
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in one hour, but i have to say, i am impressed with the progress that has been made in technology that allows us to even been 48 hours, be this close, apparently, to what we've got right now, right? >> that's right, bill. and it's not only the technology within homeland security, the fbi and atf and what they can do to dissect this explosive and what we can do with dna evidence and the crime scene, but it's also the technology with the pedestrians and the people who are running the marathon and just people who are out there, who are assisting law enforcement. it all comes together. >> in the business world, we call it crowd sourcing, actually. it's a very similar thing. thank you so much for joining us. >> thanks, bob. >> okay, michelle, bill, thank you. >> we turn now to former new york city mayor, rudy giuliani, who's back with us. he's on the phone this time. mr. mayor, welcome back. >> how are you? >> good. question we have for you, you worked in law enforcement longer than you did in the management in new york city. how does it happen that -- i mean, we had so many reports to
high. the average technology stock, 11% from its 52-week high, if we get another 3% to 5% down in stocks, then i think that cash on the sidelines should be absolutely put to work, because the next two or three years still bodes quite well for the stock market relative to most other asset classes. >> i may have to break in momentarily when those american express earnings come out. but first, jerry webben, let me ask you, the fear has been this week with news out of china, some of the economic data that we've gotten here, that maybe the global growth rate is slowing down. do you sense that at all? >> i think, yes, both in the u.s. and in china, we've seen some slowness in the emerging markets and europe remains extremely weak, but you've got to look at those growth areas in the u.s. with, that include auto sales remain strong, housing sector remains strong, personal consumption is not great, but it's okay, employment is better. >> all right, guys, let me break in. here we go. so they were expecting on american express $1.12, they got $1.15. so a beat, apparently, by 3 cents. the
asset classes. doesn't matter whether you own staples, energy technology they will get hit equally you will lose money, period end of story. this is why the individual investor like at td ameritrade is stopping trading because they can't win the game. they lose every single time they take advice. melissa: what do you want them to do to realize what you're just saying? >> right. well, specifically right now, staples, in particular, staples and health care, utilities are so extended they are beyond historical norms valuations at these levels. so you will get a correction in price. so go in and trim off some. if you're going to plant a garden you got to go in harvest the fruit from time to time otherwise it rots on the vine. that's where we are. we're very overbought. take money off the table. doesn't mean sell everything. hold cash until the market corrects and what you can do, buy things cheaper. our job as investors. buy cheap, sell when expensive. right now everything is expensive. >> downside correlation on staples and utilities is not 93%. look it up on a chart, it is not that high.
. and you look at that. she's shutting that app down taking that technology and using it in some other form. can she really create value that way? >> she's looking to do small acquisitions of talent that will cost in the low tens of millions. those type of deals. by in large yahoo! has great assets and they have a brand name so a lot of it is really just taking what they have and taking engineers they have and improving the use case for yahoo! on mobile which in marissa's words incorporates checking news, weather, sports, those are things people do on their phones and they need to be there and get it right. it's a combination of small acquisitions. >> one final question and we'll let you go. you give her eight quarters. that's a long honeymoon in wall street land. does the rest of the world give her that much time? >> i think it's probably shorter than that in terms of the new products. i think six to eight quarters from the time she started in order to really have some good new products that are working and driving and then first users and engagement and then monetization because unless yo
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